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Fact Check: Governor Parson’s campaign resorts to a new low, lying about Auditor Galloway’s record of results and transparency

Independent fact checkers — from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to KMOV to KMIZ  — have repeatedly found that Uniting Missouri’s ads are filled with false claims about Auditor Nicole Galloway’s record and positions. Now, the PAC backing Mike Parson has hit a new low, releasing an ad this morning that is filled with lies, lies, and more lies about Auditor Galloway’s record:

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Auditor Nicole Galloway Announces She Will Participate in a Gubernatorial Debate Hosted by Nine Network, St. Louis Public Radio, The St. Louis American, and KSDK

Columbia, Mo. — Today, Auditor Nicole Galloway announced that she will participate in an hour-long  gubernatorial debate hosted by Nine Network, St. Louis Public Radio, The St. Louis American, and 5 On Your Side (KSDK) in St. Louis. The debate will take place in Nine Network’s St. Louis studio during the week of October 26. 

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Auditor Nicole Galloway statement on passage of Medicaid Expansion in Missouri

Columbia, Mo. — Today, Auditor Nicole Galloway released the following statement on voter approval of making Missouri the 38th state to expand Medicaid: “This is a tremendous victory for Missouri’s working families. Medicaid Expansion brings billions to the state annually, creates jobs in places that desperately need them, and saves rural hospitals. We can expand healthcare without raising taxes or cutting other programs. As Governor, that’s exactly what I’ll do. Governor Parson won’t.

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Auditor Nicole Galloway Launches #MaskUpMO Campaign, Encourages Missourians to Wear a Mask to Save Lives

Columbia, Mo. — Today, Auditor Nicole Galloway launched #MaskUpMO, a new campaign promoting the use of face masks in response to a recent increase in transmission of COVID-19 in Missouri. The campaign encourages Missourians to use a mask in public when social distancing is not possible in order to slow the spread of the virus, protect public health, and speed the state’s economic recovery. 

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Auditor Nicole Galloway raises $1.1M with no in-person fundraising over last three months

Largest amount raised by a candidate in a three-month period since reintroduction of contribution limits. Columbia, Mo. — Today, Auditor Nicole Galloway’s campaign for Governor announced that the campaign raised $1,128,479 between April 1 and June 30. This is the largest amount raised by a candidate committee in Missouri in a single quarterly reporting period since the reintroduction of contribution limits in 2017. Galloway achieved this milestone without a single in-person fundraising event.

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Galloway for Governor Launches New Ad Campaign Contrasting Parson’s Failure to Take Responsibility with Republican and Democratic Governors

Columbia, Mo. — Today, Nicole Galloway for Missouri launched a new digital ad campaign holding Governor Parson accountable for refusing to take responsibility amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The new ad, “Outlier” contrasts Governor Parson’s highly criticized refusal to take responsibility for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic with footage of Republican and Democratic governors who have stood up amidst this crisis and led their states. 

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Greater Kansas City Fire Fighters endorse Nicole Galloway for Missouri Governor

International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 42 represents first responders throughout the Kansas City-area Kansas City, Mo. — Greater Kansas City Fire Fighters, IAFF Local No. 42 today announced their endorsement of Nicole Galloway for Missouri Governor.  Fire fighters from throughout the Kansas City area joined Local 42 leadership for an endorsement press conference in Kansas City on Monday.

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Auditor Galloway calls for comprehensive, universal testing in high-risk environments as part of Governor Parson’s phased reopening

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling on Governor Parson to implement a comprehensive strategy of universal testing to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in high-risk, congregated environments, such as food processing, manufacturing, and long-term care or nursing facilities. Galloway argues for a preventative approach to testing before outbreaks occur and greater transparency for Missouri workers and families.

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Auditor Galloway calls for emergency relief funding for county governments

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Galloway is calling for Governor Parson to address a looming county and local government financial crisis created by the economic fallout from COVID-19. Before the crisis, the state owed county governments more than $35 million in reimbursements for costs associated with housing and transporting state prisoners in county jails. The cascading impact of lost revenue from the ongoing economic crisis could put county governments even further behind when it comes to holding...

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Auditor Galloway calls for a statewide stay-at-home order

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling on Governor Parson to issue a statewide state-at-home order. Governor Parson has repeatedly resisted calls to issue a statewide order and has instead forced local leaders to set policy on their own. Public health experts, organizations representing healthcare workers, faith leaders, business leaders, and local governments have all urged the Governor to take this step.

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Auditor Galloway calls for the formation of an emergency economic relief council

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling for the formation of an emergency economic relief council to advise the Governor’s administration on economic stabilization in the short term and recovery. Now that Governor Parson has issued an order on social distancing, the impact on Missouri’s business community and workforce must be given the same focus and diligence as the response to the public health emergency.

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Auditor Galloway calls on Governor Parson to bypass statutory hurdles to get unemployment payments to displaced workers quickly

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Galloway is calling on Governor Parson to develop and describe his plan for getting unemployment insurance payments to Missouri workers suffering the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent years, Missouri lawmakers have made changes to the law to restrict unemployment compensation. President Trump and Congress are moving massive stimulus programs on a bipartisan basis, which includes significant increases in funds available to the states for unemployment...

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Auditor Galloway calls for activation of a COVID-19 Response Command Center and increased coordination with public health experts

Columbia, Mo. — Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling on Governor Parson to activate a COVID-19 Response Command Center in order to increase the flow of information to Missouri citizens about the state’s response to the pandemic. Governors across the country are providing daily updates on testing results and emergency response planning. Missourians need a consistent flow of information and want transparency around the administration’s coordination with state and local agencies.

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Auditor Nicole Galloway calls on the Governor to declare a public health emergency in Missouri

Columbia, Mo. — Today, Auditor Nicole Galloway is calling on Governor Mike Parson to issue a formal declaration of a public health emergency under his authority in RSMo Chapter 44.100. Missourians look for guidance and leadership from the Governor. There are steps we can take now to protect ourselves, our families, and our neighbors from the outbreak of COVID-19.  Auditor Galloway made the following statement:

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